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HVP August 2019

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8 Hudson Valley Parent n August 2019 • Treating infants through teens, and children with special needs • Braces, Invisalign, Orthodontic appliances • Sedation with Nitrous Oxide • Fun & Friendly Atmosphere • Most insurances accepted Providing Excellent, Comprehensive Orthodontic and Pediatric Dental Care 400 Midway Park Drive, Middletown • 845-344-4336 Dr. Jeffrey J. Kim, DDS Orthodontist Dr. Yina Yoon, DDS Pediatric Dentist Just For Women ME TIME ! Don't let your pet take over your home I love my cat more than anything. Something I don't love? My home looking (and smelling) like she owns the place! Before I adopted my cat, Pip, I had always been more of a dog person. I was totally surprised by some of the quirky habits of a cat and the way that my home would have to change when she arrived. To start, my apartment isn't very big. For now, the only place her litter box fits is in the common area of the apartment. I didn't want that to be the first thing people noticed when they came to visit, so we found a corner to put the box and plugged an air freshener in right behind it. The scent isn't overpowering but masks the cat smell. Pip loves to snuggle with me when I am watching Netflix or working from home. Her favorite seats and my clothes are covered in hair! To get her white fur off our furniture, we use lint rollers or anything sticky. They work better than any vacuum cleaner I have ever tried! Now, Pip can lounge anywhere without me cringing at the unwanted shedding. Pip can get comfy without making Cassidy cringe at the amount of shedding thanks to some easy hacks.

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